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1. Q-BIC Perspectives of Prostate Cancer Keynote Presentation: 2010 Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Alliance, Gold Coast January, 2010
2. Q-BIC Perspectives of Prostate Cancer Australian-Canadian Prostate Cancer Alliance, Brisbane January, 2010
3. Overview of Quantitative Biomedical Imaging and Characterisation Research School of Medicine, University of Melbourne January, 2009
4. Overview of Quantitative Biomedical Imaging and Characterisation Research Faculties of Medicine and Engineering, University of Washington January, 2009
5. Overview of Quantitative Biomedical Imaging and Characterisation Research Harvard University Medical School, Boston January, 2009
6. Overview of Quantitative Biomedical Imaging and Characterisation Research Stanford University Medical School, San Francisco January, 2009
7. Development and scientific validation of a neonatal ultrasound axial bone scanner ANZBMS, Sydney January, 2009
8. Prediction of adjacent vertebral fracture risk associated with Vertebroplasty – a computer-based simulation study ANZBMS, Sydney January, 2009
9. Comparion of 3D finite element analysis derived stiffness and BMD to determine the failure load of the excised proximal femur ANZBMS, Sydney January, 2009
10. Quantifying the volumetric fraction and texture of cancellous bone 3.0 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging ANZBMS, Sydney January, 2009
11. Q-BIC Perspectives Australian Equine Science Symposium, Gold Coast January, 2008
12. Queensland Cancer Physics Collaborative Australian Prostate Cancer Foundation, Gold Coast January, 2008
13. Q-BIC Perspectives University of Melbourne January, 2008
14. Q-BIC Perspectives University of Sydney January, 2008
15. Q-BIC Perspectives St James’ Palace, London (audience with HRH Prince Philip) January, 2008
16. Ultrasound Assessment of Ultrasound Assessment of Osteoporosis from Concept to Global from Concept to Global Commercialisation - A Hospital Physicist’s Journey HPA Annual Lecture, IPEM Annual Scientific Meeting, Cardiff January, 2007
17. Quantifying bone marrow composition using 3.0 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging IPEM Annual Scientific Meeting, Cardiff January, 2007
18. Quantifying bone marrow composition using 3.0 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging NOS Annual Conference, Edinburgh January, 2007
19. 3D finite element analysis of X-Ray images for bone stiffness prediction NOS Annual Conference, Edinburgh January, 2007
20. Creation of a 3D model of the proximal femur from a single 2D radiographic image NOS Annual Conference, Edinburgh January, 2007
21. Creation of a 3D model of the proximal femur from a single 2D radiographic image IPEM Annual Scientific Meeting, Cardiff January, 2007
22. Proportion of Red to Yellow Marrow Derived by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, an indicator of skeletal remodelling capacity? National osteoporosis Society Scientific Conference, Harrogate January, 2006
23. Age and skeletal variation in proportion of haematopoietic red marrow: An MRS study at 3.0T European Soc. For Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, Warsaw January, 2006
24. Proportion of Red to Yellow Marrow Derived by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, an indicator of skeletal remodelling capacity? Bone Research Society, Southampton January, 2006
25. Sensitivity of finite element analysis of X-ray images (FEXI) to anatomical variations of the proximal femur - a simulation approach ASBMR-NIAMS Bone Quality: What is it and can we measure it?, Washington January, 2005
26. Discrimination of BMD-matched recent hip fracture subjects by FEXI (Finite Element Analysis of X-ray Images) Bone & Tooth Society 2005 Annual Meeting, Birmingham January, 2005
27. Sensitivity of finite element analysis of X-ray images (FEXI) to anatomical variations of the proximal femur - a simulation approach Bone & Tooth Society 2005 Annual Meeting, Birmingham January, 2005
28. Discrimination of BMD-matched recent hip fracture subjects by FEXI (Finite Element Analysis of X-ray Images) ASBMR-NIAMS Bone Quality: What is it and can we measure it?, Washington January, 2005
29. Application of a novel bone simulator to the assessment of bone quality ASBMR-NIAMS Bone Quality: What is it and can we measure it?, Washington January, 2005
30. 3D stereo animations of bone remodelling activity using a parallelised simulator Challenge of Convergence Exhibition 2003, University of Surrey, 7th July 2004 July, 2004
31. 3D stereolithography models of cancellous bone structures: comparison with finite element results. ESB 2004, July 4 – 7, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 2004. July, 2004
32. A simulation of the effects of arthritis on cancellous bone ESB 2004, July 4 – 7, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 2004. July, 2004
33. Incorporating the effect of strain adaptation into a simulation of anabolic remodelling of depleted cancellous bone ESB 2004, July 4 – 7, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands July, 2004
34. BMU-SIM: A bone modelling simulator. ESB 2004, July 4 – 7, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 2004. July, 2004
35. 3D stereolithography models of cancellous bone structures from μCT data: Production, testing and validation of finite element results 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 25 – 28 Feb, Madrid, Spain, 2004 February, 2004
36. Incorporating strain remodelling into a simulation of rheumatoid arthritis 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 25 – 28 Feb, Madrid, Spain, 2004 February, 2004
37. Application of a novel bone simulator. 6th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 25 – 28 Feb, Madrid, Spain, 2004 February, 2004
38. Sensitivity of finite element analysis of X-ray images to anatomical variations of the proximal femur - a simulation approach IPEM Annual Conference, York January, 2004
39. Potential for improved accuracy and precision of calcaneal BUA measurement via near infra-red imaging of the heel 2004 NOS Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement, Harrogate January, 2004
40. Experimental Validation of Finite Element Analysis of X-ray Images for the Prediction of Osteoporotic Fractures 2004 NOS Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement, Harrogate January, 2004
41. Sensitivity of finite element analysis of X-ray images to anatomical variations of the proximal femur - a simulation approach 2004 NOS Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement, Harrogate January, 2004
42. Finite Element Analysis of DXA Images (FEXI) for the Prediction of Osteoporotic Fractures – Experimental Validation ASBMR, Seattle January, 2004
43. Potential for improved accuracy and precision of calcaneal BUA measurement via near infra-red imaging of the heel International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Annecy, France January, 2004
44. Finite Element Analysis of DXA Images (FEXI) for the Prediction of Osteoporotic Fractures – Experimental Validation International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Annecy, France January, 2004
45. Automated Left Ventricular Cardiac MRI Segmentation, Quantification and Visualisation using a Radial-Ray Approach CARS January, 2004
46. The effect of periodical strain adaptation on the stochastic remodelling of cancellous bone structures: an anabolic simulation study 30th European Symposium on Calcified Tissue, Rome, Italy January, 2003
47. The use of stereo-visualization in a BMU-based simulator for bone remodelling 30th European Symposium on Calcified Tissue, Rome, Italy January, 2003
48. Stereo visualization of 3D trabecular bone structures produced by bone remodelling simulation 11th Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Newport Beach, USA January, 2003
49. Fracture discrimination by finite element analysis of hip DXA images 30th European Symposium on Calcified Tissue, Rome, Italy January, 2003
50. 3D stereolithography models of cancellous bone structures from μCT data: production, testing and validation of finite element results 30th European Symposium on Calcified Tissue, Rome, Italy January, 2003
51. Stochastic simulation of cancellous bone osteogenesis IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
52. Dependence of FEXI (finite element analysis of X-ray images) derived stiffness upon resolution IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
53. Dynamic, Quantitative Assessment of the Propensity to Fall - The Hull Stabilometer IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
54. Use of stereolithography models as a validation tool for FEA of cancellous bone structures. IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
55. The effect of strain adaptation on the anabolic remodelling of depleted cancellous bone structures IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
56. Prediction of distal forearm fracture by finite element analysis of DXA images (FEXI) IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
57. QUS: Where are we? – a personal perspective 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
58. Dependence of FEXI (finite element analysis of X-ray images) derived stiffness upon resolution 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
59. Dynamic, Quantitative Assessment of the Propensity to Fall - The Hull Stabilometer 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
60. Use of stereolithography models as a validation tool for FEA of cancellous bone structures. 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
61. The effect of strain adaptation on the anabolic remodelling of depleted cancellous bone structures 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
62. Prediction of distal forearm fracture by finite element analysis of DXA images (FEXI) 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
63. Histomorphometry Analysis – a novel application to simulation of strain-adaptation in cancellous bone 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
64. A combination of QUS and risk factor data provides superior discrimination of WHO-defined osteoporotic subjects in seventh decade females 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
65. Development and validation of a multi-echo computer simulation of ultrasound propagation through cancellous bone 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
66. Validation of the remodelling parameters used for the simulation of cancellous bone resorption 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
67. Algorithms for accurate rapid prototyping replication of cancellous bone voxel maps 15th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Monterey, California January, 2002
68. Prediction of distal forearm fracture by finite element analysis of DXA images Brit. Orthopaedic Research Society, Leeds January, 2002
69. Development and validation of a multi-echo computer simulation of ultrasound propagation through cancellous bone Acoustic Society of America Annual Conference, Pittsburgh January, 2002
70. Development and validation of a multi-echo computer simulation of ultrasound propagation through cancellous bone UK Radiological Congress, Birmingham January, 2002
71. Dependence of FEXI (finite element analysis of X-ray images) derived stiffness upon resolution UK Radiological Congress, Birmingham January, 2002
72. Prediction of distal forearm fracture by finite element analysis of DXA images (FEXI) UK Radiological Congress, Birmingham January, 2002
73. Current status of ultrasound assessment of osteoporosis – scientific understanding, clinical utility and technical limitations IOP Medical / BioMedical Acoustics Meeting, Nottingham January, 2002
74. QUS devices for assessment of osteoporosis Acoustic Society of America Annual Conference, Pittsburgh January, 2002
75. QUS Specialist Module – QA & calibration NOS Osteoporosis Course, Bath January, 2002
76. Histomorphometric Algorithms for the Direct Derivation of Morphological Indices of Simulations of Strain-Adaptation in Cancellous Bone 6th International Conference Information Visualisation, London, 10-12 July 2002 January, 2002
77. 3D stereolithography models of cancellous bone structures from μCT data: Production, testing and validation of finite element results, 13th Conference of the European Society of Biomechanics, Wroclaw, Poland, 1-4 September 2002 January, 2002
78. Histomorphometry Analysis – a novel application to simulation of strain-adaptation in cancellous bone IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
79. Validation of the remodelling parameters used for the simulation of cancellous bone resorption IVth Baltic Bone and cartilage Conference, Binz, Germany January, 2002
80. Validation of finite element analysis of cancellous bone structures using stereolithography models ISB 20001, Zurich January, 2001
81. Tessellation and contour extraction algorithms for rapid prototyping replication of 3D-microCT reconstructions of cancellous bone 5th Intl. Conf. Information Visualisation in Medicine & Biological Sciences London January, 2001
82. The effect of strain adaptation on the anabolic remodelling of depleted cancellous bone structures Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Rome January, 2001
83. Investigations into bone remodelling processes and their effect on the mechanical properties of bone Biological and mechanical Network 2001, Oswestry January, 2001
84. Stochastic simulation of cancellous bone osteogenesis and remodelling North of England Mathematical Biology Seminar, Leeds January, 2000
85. A dynamic stochastic simulation of cancellous bone resorption Control Engineering in Medicine, Coventry January, 2000
86. Improved strategies for risk assessment of osteoporotic fracture: Whose Risk is it Anyway, Hull IOP ‘Modelling & Simulation Applied to Medicine’, London January, 2000
87. Validation of finite element analysis of depleted bone structures using stereolithography models IOP ‘Modelling & Simulation Applied to Medicine’, London January, 2000
88. Feasibility of implementing fractal paradigms to simulate cancellous bone structure IOP ‘Modelling & Simulation Applied to Medicine’, London January, 2000
89. Simulation of Ultrasound Propagation through the human calcaneus IOP ‘Modelling & Simulation Applied to Medicine’, London January, 2000
90. Feasibility of implementing fractal paradigms to simulate cancellous bone structure IPEM Annual Conference, Southampton January, 2000
91. Computer simulation and modelling of cancellous bone pathophysiology 14th Intl. Conf. On Systems Engineering, Coventry January, 2000
92. Modelling the effect of osteoporosis on the structural integrity of cancellous bone ESB Conference, Dublin January, 2000
93. Smoothing of bone structures produced by a stochastic simulation of anabolic therapies and the effect on the bone’s structural properties ESB Conference, Dublin January, 2000
94. Adaptive strain remodelling in a stochastic simulation of cancellous bone resorption 2000 Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement January, 2000
95. Development and evaluation of a fractal simulator of cancellous bone structure IPEM Mathematical Modelling Meeting, York January, 2000
96. Computer simulation and modelling of cancellous bone pathophysiology Mathematical Modelling & Analysis Applications to Pharmaceuticals & Medicine, GlaxoWellcome January, 2000
97. Modelling the effects of osteoporosis: A serious issue for an ageing population in the 21st Century House of Commons January, 2000
98. Computer simulation and modelling of cancellous bone pathophysiology IPOT, NEC, Birmingham January, 2000
99. Transmission line modelling of ultrasound pulses passing through cancellous bone mimics MIC’99, Insbruck January, 1999
100. Mathematical modelling, simulation and prediction of cancellous bone pathophysiology BBSRC/EPSRC Physics Workshop, Coventry January, 1999
101. Mathematical modelling, simulation and prediction of cancellous bone pathophysiology BBSRC/EPSRC Workshop in Theoretical Biology, Bournemouth January, 1999
102. Stochastic simulation of cancellous bone remodelling IOP Medical Physics Group, Human System Modelling, London January, 1999
103. Stochastic simulation of cancellous bone osteogenesis - a chaotic evolution IOP Medical Physics Group, Human System Modelling, London January, 1999
104. Modelling the effect of anabolic treatment following varying degrees of cancellous bone resorption European Medical and Biological Engineering Conference, Vienna January, 1999
105. Stochastic implementation of strain weighting to the simulation of cancellous bone remodelling IPEM: Measurements & Simulations in Muskuloskeletal Biomechanics, London January, 1999
106. High detail modelling of the propagation of ultrasound in cancellous bone IPEM: Physics & Technology of Medical Ultrasound, York January, 1999
107. The applicability of T-Scores to Quantitative Ultrasound - the need for consensus FDA Radiological Panel Meeting, Washington January, 1999
108. Theoretical and fundamental basics of ultrasound propagation Bone Ultrasonometry; a second symposium for clinical practitioners, Heidelberg January, 1998
109. Modelling cancellous bone resorption and its effects on the mechanical properties of the bone BORS, Oxford January, 1998
110. The application of fractal dimensions to medical image analysis IPEM Annual Conference, Brighton January, 1998
111. Assessment of Anabolic Treatment following Varying Degrees of Resorption ASBMR, San Francisco January, 1998
112. Chronic unrestricted oestradiol implantation is anabolic at lumbar spine and femoral neck Sixth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and BMD, Bath January, 1998
113. Development and evaluation of a phantom for morphometric X-ray absorptiometry Sixth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and BMD, Bath January, 1998
114. An investigation of the effect of vertebral malalignment on the accuracy of the Lunar Expert-XL MXA procedure Sixth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and BMD, Bath January, 1998
115. A Dynamic stochastic simulation of cancellous bone resorption Sixth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and BMD, Bath January, 1998
116. Comparison of accuracy and cost effectiveness of clinical criteria and BUA for referral for BMD assessment by DXA in osteoporotic and osteopenic women Sixth Bath Conference on Osteoporosis and BMD, Bath January, 1998
117. Dynamic stochastic simulation of cancellous bone resorption European Society of Biomechanics, Toulouse January, 1998
118. Fractal dimension predicts the broadband ultrasound attenuation and Young's modulus of cancellous bone British Orthopaedic Research Society, Warwick January, 1998
119. A Dynamic stochastic simulation of cancellous bone resorption British Orthopaedic Research Society, Warwick January, 1998
120. An investigation of the effect of vertebral malalignment on the accuracy of the Lunar Expert-XL MXA procedure 1998 Lunar User Group, London January, 1998
121. Sound-Tissue Interaction: the physical basis of bone ultrasonometry and limitations of existing methods Bone Ultrasonometry; a second symposium for clinical practitioners, Heidelberg January, 1998
122. Prediction of fracture risk by ultrasound - in-vitro and in-vivo evidence Biomechanics Symposium, 14th European Conference on Biomaterials, The Hague January, 1998
123. Development of an electronic phantom for calibration, cross-correlation and quality assurance of broadband ultrasound attenuation measurement in the calcaneus 12th Int'l Bone Densitometry Workshop, Crieff January, 1997
124. Bone mineral density at various sites in chronically E2 implanted oophorectomised women Bone & Tooth Society Autumn Meeting, Edinburgh January, 1997
125. Cost effectiveness of ultrasound bone densitometry for DXA patient selection Bone Ultrasonometry; a first symposium for clinical practitioners, Edinburgh January, 1997
126. Phantom for evaluating vertebral morphometry using the Lunar Expert 12th Int'l Bone Densitometry Workshop, Crieff January, 1997
127. The site-specific elevation in bone mass following chronic oestradiol therapy 25th European Symposium on Calcified Tissue, Harrogate January, 1997
128. The ability of ultrasound velocity to predict the stiffness of cancellous bone in-vitro British Orthopaedic Research Society, Brighton January, 1996
129. prevalence of osteopenia and osteoporosis according to WHO criteria, in women in their seventh decade and the sensitivity and specificity of bone densitometry referral criteria 8th Int'l Congress on the Menopause, Sydney January, 1996
130. Ultrasound provides superior sensitivity and specificity to clinical referral criteria for bone densitometry by DXA Bone & Tooth Society, London January, 1996
131. Recent technical advances in QUS of bone 12th Int'l Bone Densitometry Workshop, Crieff January, 1996
132. Phantom for evaluating BMD of the hand by DEXA ASBMR, Baltimore, US January, 1996
133. Prediction of bone strength from ultrasound velocity and apparent density 11th Int. Bone Densitometry Workshop, Oregon January, 1995
134. Electronic phantom for the ultrasonic assessment of bone 11th Int. Bone Densitometry Workshop, Oregon January, 1995
135. What are we measuring with ultrasound Perth Int. Bone Meeting January, 1995
136. What does ultrasound measure in bone? XXIVth Eur. Symp. on Calcif. Tissues, Aarhus January, 1995
137. The effect of porosity on ultrasound velocity and attenuation using both bone mimics and cancellous bone samples ASBMR January, 1995
138. ZSD: a universal parameter for ultrasound precision 11th Int. Bone Densitometry Workshop, Oregon January, 1995
139. Phase cancellation artefact in the measurement of BUA in the calcaneus 11th Int. Bone Densitometry Workshop, Oregon January, 1995
140. Phantom for evaluating BMD of the hand by DEXA 11th Int. Bone Densitometry Workshop, Oregon January, 1995
141. Development of a cancellous bone phantom for ultrasonic characterisation and quality assurance Measurement of the Acoustical Properties of Biological Tissues; IOP, London January, 1994
142. Measurement of broadband ultrasonic attenuation in children 10th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Venice January, 1994
143. Ultrasonic prediction of structure and material properties of cancellous bone 10th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Venice January, 1994
144. Development of a quality assurance phantom for the ultrasonic assessment of bone 10th International Bone Densitometry Workshop, Venice January, 1994
145. Comparison between broadband ultrasonic attenuation of calcaneum and bone mineral density measurement by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry British Paediatric Association, Warwick January, 1994
146. Propagation of ultrasound in porous media Physics of Ultrasonic Propagation and Measurement; IOP Congress, Brighton January, 1994
147. Ultrasonic prediction of structure and material properties of cancellous bone Measurement of the Acoustical Properties of Biological Tissues; IOP, London January, 1994
148. Sound advice on bone British Association Conference, Loughborough January, 1994
149. Identification and characterisation of reclaimed and recycled polymers by ultrasound attenuation Internal Friction and Ultrasonic Attenuation in Solids, Rome January, 1993
150. Measurement of the calcaneus by ultrasound and DXA in postmenopausal osteoporosis ASBMR January, 1993
151. Broadband ultrasonic attenuation of calcaneum in physically active and sedentary girls American Paediatric Society, Washington, US January, 1993
152. Comparison of Biot and scattering theory for the propagation of ultrasound through porous media Annual Review of Progress in Physical Acoustics and Ultrasonics, IOP, Sheffield January, 1993
153. Ultrasonic assessment of osteoporosis Physics & Technology of Medical Ultrasound IPSM, York January, 1993
154. Identification and characterisation of materials by broadband ultrasonic attenuation analysis Advances in Materials & Processing Technologies, Dublin January, 1993
155. Theoretical and experimental evaluation of ultrasound attenuation in porous solid materials Internal Friction and Ultrasonic Attenuation in Solids, Rome January, 1993
156. New developments in the ultrasonic measurement of bone ILAR '93, Barcelona January, 1993
157. Role of ultrasound in osteoporosis screening of perimenopausal population Prevention of Osteoporosis, Cologne, Germany January, 1992
158. Enhancing the potential of polymeric materials and components for recycling and reclamation Irish Materials Forum No.8, Dublin January, 1992
159. An ultrasonic method of identifying polymeric materials for reclamation and recycling Macromolecules '92, University of Kent January, 1992
160. Sound advice on bone : Why does granny shrink IOP Yorkshire Branch Lecture January, 1992
161. The role of permeability in the ultrasonic assessment of cancellous bone IOP Physical Acoustics Annual Meeting, Oxford University January, 1992
162. Prediction of fracture risk in the Thoroughbred racehorse Muskuloskeletal Research Group Seminar, University of Bristol January, 1992
163. Ultrasonic techniques Methods for Monitoring Bone Joint Disease, IBC Technical Services Conference, London January, 1992
164. Ultrasonic assessment of osteoporosis 1st International Symposium on Osteoporosis, Beijing, China January, 1992
165. Recent advances in the ultrasonic assessment of bone Ultrasonic Assessment of Bone II, Bath January, 1992
166. Review of ultrasound measurement techniques Ultrasonic Assessment of Osteoporosis and Bone Development, Cologne, Germany January, 1992



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